In his new online resource for good health, the functional medicine practitioner covers the essential building blocks of good health for men in their 30s, middle age and beyond. In particular, Dr. M. Kara, M.D. focuses on nutrition advice that can help men to support their microbiome, reduce inflammation in the body and get a healthier gut.
More details can be found at https://mkaramd.com
The launch of the new informative report coincides with the latest figures from the CDC, which paint a dire picture of nutrition in the United States. According to their statisticians, only 12.2% of American adults eat enough fruits and less than 9.3% eat enough vegetables.
Moreover, as the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion’s latest data reflects, about 117 million adults currently suffer from one or more chronic diseases, like diabetes type 2, heart conditions and cancer, many of which owe to improper nutrition.
What Dr. Kara also knows is that by many of these standard indicators, men’s health outcomes are noticeably worse than women’s. For example, while, on average, added sugars make up 13% of men’s total daily calories, for women it is less than 8%. Likewise, independent research by the University of New York revealed that 63% of men say they consume less than one serving of fruits or vegetables a day, pulling down the national average.
Dr. Kara states in the new report that it is no surprise that so many men, including young men in their 30s, are suffering from the daily symptoms of poor nutrition. These far-reaching symptoms can include an unhealthy and leaky gut, cognitive impairments like poor mood, concentration and focus, bad sleeping patterns, and inflammatory conditions.
As such, the new KaraMD resource is designed to empower its male readers to put their health in their own hands by offering advice on an array of topics, such as key immune-boosting foods, hormone-balancing foods for men, pre-workout fuels, and spices that can help to fight inflammation.
KaraMD is the online home of Dr. M. Kara, M.D., a holistic health and natural medicine doctor, specialist and internist. With over 30 years of experience as a medical doctor in primary care settings, he is proud to now be sharing his insights on health and wellness with a far greater audience online.
A spokesperson for the doctor said, “Good nutrition is at the heart of wellbeing.??”
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